Hemostatic Disorders in Women and Girls Colloquium IV

March 9, 2023

Date: March 9-10, 2023 (Held preceding HTRS 2023)
Location: Orlando, Florida

FWGBD’s 2023 national colloquium on uterine hemostasis convened leading faculty, researchers, and clinicians to review their current practices and evidence-based information on the diagnosis and optimal clinical management of uterine hemostasis among women with bleeding and clotting disorders, across the lifespan.

The purpose of this meeting was to review current knowledge and practice as applied to 1) approaches to urgent bleeding events, 2) critical bleeding and clotting events through pregnancy and delivery, 3) the management of delivery for women with congenital or acquired blood disorders, with a focus on the prevention and management of postpartum hemorrhage, as well as fetal considerations at time of delivery, and 4) hematologic management through COVID.

The Colloquium Program, including learning objectives, session descriptions, and faculty bios is available for download here.

The recording and archiving of this activity was supported in part through a medical education grant from Grifols.

Thursday, March 9, 2023

Moderator: Barbara Konkle, MD

Why Is It So Hard to Measure Fibrinolysis? (Nigel Key, MB, ChB, FRCP)

New Methods for Measuring Plasmin Generation: From Mice to Humans (Alisa Wolberg, PhD, FAHA)

Q&A with Drs. Key and Wolberg

Lessons in Hemostasis & Thrombosis We Have Learned from COVID-19 (Michael J. Paidas, MD and Lisa Baumann Kreuziger, MD, MS)

Abortion & Contraception for Patients with Blood Disorders: A Practical Guide
Maureen K. Baldwin, MD, MPH
Kristina Haley, DO, MCR

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Friday, March 10, 2023

Moderator: Luis Pacheco, MD